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Condoms never FDA-approved for sodomy

Exclusive: Judith Reisman envisions class action suit against those pushing prophylactics

By Judith Reisman
WorldNetDaily, March 14, 2014

Note: Tom Hampson, chief investigator, Liberty Center for Child Protection, contributed to this column.

A class action lawsuit by AIDS victims and their loved ones would rock the world - a suit based on the fact that condom pushers have for years dispensed false, deceptive claims about how the product protects - or fails to protect - the health of sex participants. The reality is that everyday condoms are manufactured and approved for natural, vaginal sex, not anal "sex" - they are not effectively designed to protect from disease those people who engage in sodomy.

Such a lawsuit should target the AIDS Heathcare Foundation, Planned Parenthood and a myriad of teachers and school systems, too many to count, that have taught that anal "sex" (traditionally termed "sodomy" or "buggery" under British-based legal codes) as not so different than natural coitus.

The result of a class action suit should be the requirement of a label, a la cigarette packs, that states: "This condom has never been approved by the FDA for penile/anal intercourse."

Due to the lies that have told, people who practiced sodomy are under the tragically mistaken notion that a condom is effective protection from disease. Those who have believed this lie and have contracted AIDS or an STD (and the loved ones of those who've lost their lives) have a cause of legal action.

Take the Hawaii public schools, for instance. Republican Bob McDermott, a member of the Hawaii House of Representatives, cited a "federally funded sex education program currently in use in 12 of the state's public schools ... created by the University of Hawaii and Planned Parenthood ... [that] defines the anus a 'genital.'"

"Genitals are sexual reproductive organs," McDermott told EAGnews, "and the a- isn't that."

According to a report McDermott authored, the curriculum, dubbed "The Pono Choices," defines the term "oral sex" to include "mouth on genitalia," with the anus included among "genitalia."

McDermott points out that the curriculum states: "Both vaginal sex with a condom and anal sex with a condom are rated as low risk activities."

The school program, more aptly named "Porno Choices," diverges wildly from what the U.S. Food and Drug Administration studies have found regarding penile-rectal anal "sex." In fact, the FDA, even after looking at AIDS studies for roughly 40 years, has NEVER - that is never, not ever - approved a condom for use in oral/anal or penile-rectal anal "sex."

McDermott notes: "The Federal Drug Administration warns Americans, on its website, that anal sex is 'simply too dangerous to practice.'" Pono Choices has received nearly $1 million in federal funding from the Department of Health and Human Services.

Advertisements for experimental anal condoms affirm that standard condoms were never tested or approved by the FDA. The ad reads:

"The standard rolled latex condoms have never been 'tested or FDA approved for anal use.'"

To reach the market, the Origami Anal Condom must be reviewed by the World Health Organization, the C-Mark (EU) and the FDA to meet safety standards. After clinical trials this year to evaluate its performance and safety, it is expected to reach the market in late 2015, pending regulatory approvals.

The "CDC National AIDS Hotline Training Bulletin" dated April 27, 1995, contained the following from Consumer Reports magazine:

"Some condom boxes specifically indicate they are designed for vaginal sex only. Are they not effective for anal sex? Which condoms should be used for anal sex?

"For the most part, FDA has only evaluated data on condoms tested in vaginal sex. There have been several published studies and surveys which indicate condom breakage and slippage rates may be higher during anal sex. However, these studies are only retrospective. Whatever the breakage rate, it may be reduced by use of a water-based or silicone- based lubricant."

"Whatever the breakage rate"?! The Hawaii public schools' recommendation of a prophylactic for activity for which it is not designed, without warning children that it is unreliable for protection, is shocking.

Even the CDC fact sheet does not warn that the condom is unapproved as safe for anal "sex," but groups the activity with vaginal and oral sex.

Planned Parenthood implicitly and explicitly has promoted anal "sex" to children and adults for years.

"If you choose to have vaginal or anal intercourse, use condoms every time. They can reduce the risk of HPV. They are not as effective against HPV as they are against other infections such as chlamydia and HIV. But they greatly reduce the risk of HPV infection. ..."

Parents in Hawaii should well remember those responsible for giving their children false information about protection from STDs and AIDS. If their children acquire deadly diseases as a result of this propaganda and the deliberate withholding of key information, not only should Hawaiian school districts be sued, but everyone in the Hawaiin schools who had a hand in disseminating this false information.

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